Gallo-Roman

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Etymology[edit]

From Gallo- +‎ Roman

Noun[edit]

Gallo-Roman (plural Gallo-Romans)

  1. A Romanized Gaul, i.e. a Gaulish person that had adopted or adapted the culture, language etc. of the Roman Empire following the establishment of Roman rule in the region of Gaul.

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Adjective[edit]

Gallo-Roman (comparative more Gallo-Roman, superlative most Gallo-Roman)

  1. Pertaining to period of Roman rule in Gaul, 50 BC–486 AD.
  2. Pertaining to the Gallo-Romans.

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